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- Doug O'Leary
July 20, 2004, 3:15 pm
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Awhile ago, I implemented F-secure ssh2 using public key
authentication at a client site. One of the things I liked
was that F-secure logged, at the info priority, which key
was matched during the authentication session.
Openssh appears to do the same but only at the debug priority,
which has the added benefit of logging *LOTS* of extraneous
data that's useful only for filling my filesystem up.
Is there anyway to identify which key was matched for ssh sessions
while logging is set at INFO priority for openssh?
Thanks for any information.
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